Cyprus' President Nicos Anastasiades, left, and Orthodox Christian church Archbishop Chrysostomos II 

Cyprus' President Nicos Anastasiades, left, and Orthodox Christian church Archbishop Chrysostomos II review the guard of honor during a wreath-laying ceremony at a memorial during the country’s guerrilla campaign against Britain’s colonial rule between 1955-1959 in Central Prisons for fighters killed in capital Nicosia on Monday April 1, 2013. April 1, is a national holiday in Cyprus marking the start of the campaign that aimed for union with Greece, but resulted in the island’s independence in 1960. Cyprus is in the midst of its worst financial crisis in decades with its banking sector in tatters following an agreement with international lenders for a 16 billion euro rescue package. Anastasiades said Monday that his government is hard at work putting together a package of measures aimed at restarting the deeply slumping economy. (AP Photo/Petros Karadjias)
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Cyprus' President Nicos Anastasiades, left, and Orthodox Christian church Archbishop Chrysostomos II review the guard of honor during a wreath-laying ceremony at a memorial during the country’s guerrilla campaign against Britain’s colonial rule between 1955-1959 in Central Prisons for fighters killed in capital Nicosia on Monday April 1, 2013. April 1, is a national holiday in Cyprus marking the start of the campaign that aimed for union with Greece, but resulted in the island’s independence in 1960. Cyprus is in the midst of its worst financial crisis in decades with its banking sector in tatters following an agreement with international lenders for a 16 billion euro rescue package. Anastasiades said Monday that his government is hard at work putting together a package of measures aimed at restarting the deeply slumping economy. (AP Photo/Petros Karadjias)
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